Poetry and Short Fiction

Poetry

so you want me
you promised
white hot
so much
apathy
I was born to be good
cishet boy
nightwish was my jam
When I realized I wasn’t a good person
Bloodletting
Nunya
Depression
Leaky Old Plumbing
I’m Bad With Death
it takes all kinds
Fib
Melt for Me, Necromancer
Despair is an ice cream scoop
Ice coats the world
White Collar. Black Dog.
I always think I want to grow
You gray tease
Winter: a poem, based on Necromantic
Snake Men and Bad Kings
Books don’t write themselves
75 Million

Short Stories

Cardstock Priest: A Short Story
Kent’s Not A Lizard, He’s A Stock Broker!: A Short Story
The Monster’s Cane: A Short Story
I’ll Save You a Seat Next to Me Down Below: A Short Story
Tinted Glasses: A Short Story

Countersink

Countersink is a new adult novel about super-villains, friendship, and revenge set in modern day Arizona. Read a selection of scenes below. Read the prologue, here.

comic and a little pep: countersink comic
Watch Me Whip
The Library Kids
The Kid
We’re All Unstable
I Know, But I’m Scared
Interview with Aesculpius (Paul Cutley, patient no. 66): A Countersink/Necromantic Crossover
The Figure in the Field
Floridian Revenge
Enter Summer
Snip
I Know What Happened in Texas
Blemishes and Confidants
All of the Above
The Man With the Missing Hand
Countersink and Aeschoopiuisuonlkjlkh
Poisonous Snakes and Peanut Butter
Paul and Ginesbury
Countersink Is Dead, Long Live Countersink
No More Louis
Koichi’s Weekly Phone Call
Koichi Cleans His Apartment
Louis Is Pronounced “Loo-is,” not “Loo-ee.”
The Sky Stores Its Rain Just for Me
I Am Countersink. (Fear Me.) Prologue: version 1

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